Magical Music by the River

2017-10-11 06:00
Admiring children’s toys (front) Taylor Redley, Dominique Visser, and (back) Linda Vermeulen and Margie Elco.Photo: tania sandberg

Admiring children’s toys (front) Taylor Redley, Dominique Visser, and (back) Linda Vermeulen and Margie Elco.Photo: tania sandberg

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THE SPCA hosted their annual fund-raiser, Music by the River on Sunday, October 1. Despite rainy weather 500 people supported the event, which is a highlight on the entertainment calendar.

Bands performing included
Rubber Duc, Gus Brown and Subway Run, among others.

Children enjoyed the jumping castle and a variety of food vendors meant attendees were spoilt for choice.

“People had fun and we were happy with what we did, but next year we will have the event in May like previous years, when the weather is better,” Toti SPCA
Manager, Tracey Girling said.

 

 

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